french tabloid from publishing any more pictures of kate. legal analyst lisa green is joining me now. welcome back, lisa. nice to see zhyou. we're hearing reports this magazine, tabloid, has even more explicit pictures of kate. how much of this legal fight is about keeping those from being published? >> that's really a lost cause at this point. the italian editor of that magazine has vowed to publish them, says they're perfectly appropriate. it's a scoop, he says. these are both countries where the, you know, photos have been published, france and italy, that if you had advised the royal couple about where to look for great legal protection, where to vacation where you'd get great privacy protection, you would have chosen france with italy as a close second. what's so remarkable, alex, is that even in these two countries with very strong privacy laws you see the royal couple having a difficult time containing the outflow of these photographs. >> from the palace's perspective they say this is an invasion of privacy. they were on private property.